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Volume 19 , Issue 2
March/April 1999

Pages 183-187

A Technique for Compensating for the Loose CeraOne Screw

Morton L. Krumholz, DDS

PMID: 10635184
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0308

Clinical experience indicates that implant-supported crowns for the replacement of individual molars using the original, regular platform CeraOne protocol (Nobel Biocare) infrequently result in gold screws loosening. This article offers a technique that may prevent the CeraOne gold screw from working loose. It is intended to be a correction for a problem, not a first-time treatment. Also, this is a treatment that should be offered only after the prescribed Brånemark protocol for screw tightening and elimination of excursive contacts has proven ineffective.

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